Blood On The Dancefloor

Fight To Unite Tour  (with Brokencyde, Duece, William Control, Polkadot Cadaver, The Bunny The Bear, New Years Day, & Hayley Rose)

Photos By: Desiree Mark                                                                                            Date: April 11, 2012                                                                                            Venue: Studio Seven                                                                                                 City: Seattle, WA, USA
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The Fight To Unite Tour

With Haley Rose, New Years Day, The Bunny The Bear, William Control, Polka Dot Cadaver, Brokencyde, and Blood On The Dance Floor

Date: April 11, 2012
Venue: Studio Seven
City: Seattle, WA, USA
Highlight: Post-show pillow fight and interview with BOTDF’s very own Dahvie Vanity
Reviewed By: Desiree M

Wednesday, April 11, 2012 – I had a feeling this night was going to be an interesting one. Studio Seven middle-of-nowhere-land, Jack Daniel’s on tap, almost getting dropped by a kilt-wearing bodyguard, gangstaaaa driving, 3 am interviews and pillow fights from Dahvie’s bed, confetti cannons+foam party=camera death. Fight To Unite Tour 2012. Let’s get freaakkkkkyy now….
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Hit The Lights – Invicta

Proof That There is Life After Pop Punk

Hit The Lights-Invicta-ReviewRelease Date: January 31, 2012
Label: Razor & Tie
Rocks Like: Set Your Goals, Valencia, and Anberlin
Recommended Track(s): Gravity, Take Control
Rating: ****

It had been 4 years since the 2008 release of Hit The Lights last album Skip School, Start Fights, some people argue that, “this is far too long, and possibly just enough time for the majority of the music world to stop caring about you and start listening to Skrillex” (Nate Skalab from The Alternative Review). Yet, I’d have to disagree, Hit The Lights and their ever catchy, sugar coated pop punk held their place not only on my ipod but also in my heart. It’s that music you throw on, on a perfect blue-sky summer day, that music that reminds you of every good day you ever had with your friends drinking and causing trouble in the hallways of your high school. Its also the kind of music that if you put on once you should well expect it to be stuck in your head for the following week, the melodies are catchy and the lyrics will have you singing along for days.
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Love, Lust, & The Remember MEdia Top 5 V-Day Crushes (4 Boys Edition)

Date: February 7, 2012
By:
Brooklyn Chase

Oh Herrow B’s and G’s! Brooklyn here to enlighten you on my version of the Top 5 Valentines Day Crushes Countdown! I was assigned this article thinking, it would be a piece of cake, well… I assure you it definitely wasn’t! First of all there are a ton of “babes” in the music industry, and especially in our scene. But here you have it, Me, Brooklyn Chase nailing down my personal Top 5!
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Love, Lust, & The Remember MEdia Top 5 V-Day Crushes (4 Girls Edition)

Date: February 7, 2012
By:
Desiree Mark and Lexi Mars

Boys, Boys, Boys! We’ve got to admit, every Valentine’s Day they’re all that cross our minds. No, we’re not wasting our time day dreaming about flowers that will die in a week, or chocolates that will throw off our diets. We’re thinking of motorcycle rides, skinny dipping, whiskey sipping (who are we kidding- whiskey coma), tattoos, messy morning hair and things if we said, well, then we probably wouldn’t be able to kiss our mother’s with these lips again.
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Blessed By A Broken Heart – Feel The Power

Gnarly, Heavy-Hitting, And Illin’ From Start To Finish

BBABH-Feel The Power-ReviewRelease Date: January 24, 2012
Label: Tooth and Nail
Rocks Like: Crashdiet, Steel Panther, and Dynazty
Recommended Track(s): Forever, Rockin’ All Night
Rating: ****1/2

As I sit here on my Macbook, boom box blaring, leather jacket over my totally fave Motley Crue band t, tight acid wash jeans, neon leg warmers, scrunchie tied side pony, I can tell you I am to the max stoked that the dudes of Blessed By a Broken Heart have been at it again with their latest album, Feel The Power. A fresh and bitchin’ follow up to their totally radical 2008 release, Pedal to the Metal. So what can you expect from these party hearty, bad to the bone stud muffins? Answer is, a gnarly heavy hitting album that’s illin’ from start to finish. Kick ass, fist pounding, and fueled by the excess of the 80’s. Feel The Power is packed tight with shredding guitar riffs, massive hooks, epic choruses, and totally tubular gang vocals that will have anyone up and ready for a good old-fashioned slam dance, so come on and Feel The Power.
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